What is a RPR?

A RPR, Real Property Report, is a survey of a property that is required during the purchase of real property in Alberta.
 
For a detailed description of a Real Property Report visit the Alberta Land Surveyor's Website
 
You don't need to understand everything about an RPR, but you will be asked to review the RPR of the property by your lawyer. The seller will provide your lawyer the current RPR. Your lawyer will review the RPR with you and ask you about the property as they would not have visited the property in person.  Please take note of existing fencing and structures as you review the document. Your lawyer can answer any questions regarding the RPR that you may have.
 
You will receive the RPR and please put it in a safe place. When you sell your home you will require this document and it can be expensive to replace if lost.
 
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